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An MEI module proposal for hierarchical analysis

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An MEI module proposal for hierarchical analysis. / Marsden, Alan Alexander; Rizo, David.

2016. Paper presented at Music Encoding Conference, Montreal, Canada.

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Marsden, AA & Rizo, D 2016, 'An MEI module proposal for hierarchical analysis', Paper presented at Music Encoding Conference, Montreal, Canada, 17/05/16 - 20/05/16.

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Marsden, A. A., & Rizo, D. (2016). An MEI module proposal for hierarchical analysis. Paper presented at Music Encoding Conference, Montreal, Canada.

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Marsden AA, Rizo D. An MEI module proposal for hierarchical analysis. 2016. Paper presented at Music Encoding Conference, Montreal, Canada.

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Marsden, Alan Alexander ; Rizo, David. / An MEI module proposal for hierarchical analysis. Paper presented at Music Encoding Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Analytical discussions of music often make use of structures such as trees and graphs, which are generally presented in graphic form aligned with a score. The best know examples are the reduction trees in the style of Lerdahl and Jackendoff, but there are many others also. Only a few have well defined representation schemes, and even fewer have a means of making explicit the alignment between elements in a score and elements in the analytical structure. In this paper we propose an XML schema, interoperable with MEI, to overcome the problems of the multiplicity of representations currently in use, and so facilitate the sharing of data and its representation together with music notation using standard tools.",
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